Drafting a bill in secret couldn’t hide the fact that it would harm millions of Americans.
The retreat by Republican leaders dealt another setback to their efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act and set up long summer of health care battles.
The president has largely remained on the sidelines, and some of the White House’s efforts to intervene have clearly been counterproductive.
This ransomware attack, a more sophisticated assault based on a vulnerability exploited in May, hit companies across the globe.
The ferocious response on Tuesday to a breakdown in editorial procedures was a reminder of the network’s unique role as a nemesis for the president.
Investigating the cause of Tuesday’s derailment could help address the subway’s many underlying problems.
Gathered in rural camps, fighters from Colombia’s largest rebel group have handed in weapons to United Nations inspectors and await civilian life after decades of conflict.
An Iraqi refugee bides his time in immigration limbo by creating obsessively detailed dioramas.
The Republican effort to overhaul the health care system inspired extensive bipartisan cooperation from states’ leaders — in an attempt to defeat it.
Read carefully, the Supreme Court ruling is actually bad news for the president.
In 1967, Muhammad Ali was the first mega-celebrity to refuse the Vietnam War draft.
The people of Yemen suffer as the United States prepares to sell Saudi Arabia more deadly weapons.
A book club focused on literature of the environment, from nature memoirs to natural history and science, seeks to expand its reading list.
Protesters outside the Supreme Court on Monday. A final ruling on the targeted travel ban — a case with implications for presidential power — isn’t expected until late fall.
Our photographer visited the charred countryside of central Portugal, where the worst wildfires in decades killed scores of people trying to escape.
The high level of agreement was a consequence of a lack of divisive disputes on social issues and hard work by the justices, who often favored exceedingly narrow decisions to avoid deadlocks.
Bridge International Academies — a chain of inexpensive private schools — has ambitious plans to revolutionize education for poor children. But can its for-profit model work in some of the most impoverished places on Earth?
The barriers to entry to the middle class are now so high that even an elite university education is no guarantee of success.
The ungodly fire in London, the Trump travel ban and the Senate health care plan all raise the same question.
Minority voters have a large political voice, immigration is seen as positive and multicultural identities are encouraged.
It borrows just as much from Democratic ideas as Obamacare borrowed from Republican ones.
Besides the millions who would lose coverage under the Senate health bill, insurance would generally cost more and cover less, the C.B.O. says.
The figure released by the Congressional Budget Office is only slightly lower than the 23 million more uninsured under the House version of the legislation.
The justices resurrect President Trump’s misguided executive order, in part.
In a partial win for President Trump, the court said a limited travel ban could take effect, and agreed to take a case with implications for presidential power.
Communism was a dead end, but we can reclaim socialism.
It promises to replace Obamacare, but it relies on the same big-government thinking to do it.
For two players at distinct points in their careers, the path to the lucrative WTA Tour begins in small towns on the humbling Pro Circuit.
“The Putin Interviews” on Showtime tell us a lot about what would make someone admire Russia’s autocratic president so much.
With criticism mounting over their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, top Republicans are cutting deals and cajoling members to get to 50 votes.
Thousands of workers face unemployment as retailers struggle to adapt to online shopping. But even as e-commerce grows, it isn’t absorbing these workers.
Risky Special Operations missions targeting midlevel figures can prove valuable for unearthing information about the Islamic State’s inner circle.
Mr. Dietl was the private investigator of choice for Roger Ailes, Steve Bannon and Don Imus. Now, he wants to be New York City’s mayor.
The incineration of the 24-story London high rise, the deadliest fire in Britain in more than a century, was rooted in a regulatory breakdown.
Lookouts and radar operators on the destroyer Fitzgerald should have spotted the freighter it collided with, and the captain should have been wakened.
Tips to make the most of your weekend.
Senator Dean Heller of Nevada became the latest Republican to say he cannot support a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act in its current form.
Planned Parenthood, threatened with a cutoff of more than 40 percent of its funding, is mobilizing to bring down the Republican health care bill.
This graduation season, The New York Times talked with seniors across the country who are not headed to college about their plans, hopes and dreams.
The bill is aligned with long-held Republican values, jettisoning Obamacare taxes. But it would also reduce funding for the care of low-income Americans.